The film is set in Northern Ireland shortly after 1994 cease-fire. Hazel is a Protestant and Malachy a Catholic. Romance between them is threatened by Rohan (leader in militant underground ... See full summary »
A raw depiction of the Belfast 'troubles' as savage tribal warfare. Set shortly after the 1975 cease fire, the film focuses on the tribulations of Kenny, Protestant leader of a group of ... See full summary »
Set in the fields of Devon and the WW1 battlefields of Flanders, two brothers fall for the same girl while contending with the pressures of their feudal family life, the war, and the price of courage and cowardice.
The scene where Connor and Fergal were rushing onto a private jet was filmed at Northern Executive Aviation at Manchester Airport. The jet used was a privately owned Citation based with NEA. See more »
I really enjoyed this programme. The actors are wonderful in it. You can definitely see both sides of the case, however you want Lauren to end up with the baby. I was surprised when Pierce just handed the baby over to the Armstrong's at the end without even asking for a paternity test from Mary. It seems a bit unfair that when Pierce kidnaps the baby he isn't condemned for what's he done, no action is taken, however when Lauren goes over to Ireland to claim him back, the police are on her trail. Lauren's husband had the chance to prove to his wife that he wanted them to be a family by not handing her over to Pierce but he didn't and I can fully understand how Lauren felt.
Overall great drama!!
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